Of Mice and Men

Why isn’t George’s heart in complaining about Lennie as he has before?

Of Mice & Men Section 6

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Are you referring to the end of the book? George knows he has to kill Lennie. His slandered complaining about George offers no appeasement for him. George realizes the loneliness that awaits him after Lennie is dead.